Professor William K. Black: Government Does Not Prosecute Large Corporations Anymore

October 8th, 2012
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Econintersect:  On the Max Keiser Report today, Econintersect Contributor Professor William K. Black talks about Deferred Prosecution Agreements, the Financial Conduct Authority and London as the capital of fraud.  Professor Black's Segment begins about halfway (minute 28'50") through this video.

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Follow up:

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert demonstrate the effects of money printing and Central Bank madness with a hyperinflationary chicken. They also discuss the Securities and Exchange Commission losing its mind as it sues the one rating agency NOT on the payroll of Wall Street.

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